Floor Polisher Drive Belt Stock Number: ES185303
Will this part fit my Appliance?
If you can hear the motor struggling to work, and a faint burning smell is coming from the polisher, then it sounds like the belt is getting jammed and causing too much friction. So, replace the part and get that floor squeaky clean again.
This is a genuine spare part that will fit the selected Electrolux floor polishers shown in the list of appliances.
3 Questions and 6 Answers
- Roy thanks for this but the problem I have is actually how do you get to access the 'inside' the machine to get to the brushes / spindle on my B37 model there appears to be 'hood' at the front which find impossib to remove (not sure if this ios were you get to the spindle. Underneath there is a metal plate with three fixing screws, I have been able to remove the screws but the 'plate' does not buge. I cannot get into the spindle to even get at the brushes nor remove the old belt drive.
- I have just bought my floor polisher model B37 (over 22 years old)l from ebay and need to replace the belt but am unsure how to 'access' the spindle / brushes. I have tried everywhich way to get 'inside' the darn machine..... any tips
- Answer my own question but may help others. At first sight it appears impossibly small. A bit of stretching with a soak in hot water did the trick - finally. Needs to fit over drive spindle to start and then "wind" it over the two bottom polishers. Persevere and it does happen!
The drive belt shown is 710mm long. I need one that is 805mm long. Can I get it? My polisher is an old electrolux and the old belt was 805mm long and similar to this one in every other way.
- I bought a 740mm belt online and after watching a spanish video on Youtube learned how to puit it on. A bit of a struggle but | managed it. The belt that had broken had stretched so there is no requirement to look for an 805mm belt; my logic is that no matter the model, Electrolux wouldn't change the size of the wheels or belt.
MikeH at eSpares says...
Hi Patg. The manufacturer produces these parts specifically for certain models. You will need to search for the part you need using your make of appliance and model number. If you can’t find your model or part, use this form here: http://www.espares.co.uk/partnotlisted.aspx
I've received my above item today 20/12/2013 and had done the following as instructed. Soaked in hot water and managed to fixed it. Upon fixing it and tried to power on, seems that it's rotating but the problem is the it's making noise and with a burning smelt. It's runs for less than 5mins as worry if the belt that could be too tight? Please advise was the item was a correct belt?
Chris at eSpares says...
Remove the belt and try rotating both parts individually and check for play in the bearings as these may be worn and the cause of the original belt failure.